Each class is different but the first-course BUS 511 it was mainly blackboard posts and a final paper. Courses are 7 weeks long each which is great. Other courses may require Zoom meetings which are two hours long once a week and group projects. Overall my first course was good I am currently pairing it up with my doctorate in healthcare administration at Virginia University of Lynchburg so I found a way to balance and manage. If I could change anything it would just be the number of students in the course, We had three students and it was down to two so we didn't really have interaction. A good feature is the work is flexible online each course you have a week to submit your work typically Sunday by 11:59 est. So far the work is not too heavy they use Havard Case studies and assigned readings from the textbook which are not bad. I would say the investment is worth it for $3,000 if you just need a master's degree or looking to add another one under your belt for sure. If you are worried about the whole big three accreditation for business you should look elsewhere because I do not believe they will be getting it anytime soon but overall you cant beat the value plus the credits are regionally accredited and can be transferred to another program or if you complete the program you can use the degree as an admissions requirement to go for a doctorate as most of them do not care where the degree came from rather that it is regionally accredited.